Toyota G series engines are 6-cylinder inline engines. The engines of this series were produced from 1979 to 2006. All engines have the same displacement of 2 liters (1988 cc). The drive of the gas distribution system of all engines of the series was carried out using a timing belt.
The Toyota Supra is a Japanese sports car manufactured by Toyota Motor Corporation from 1978 to 2002. In total, 4 generations of the model were released. The car was assembled in Japan on the basis of Toyota Celica. Since 1986, the car has received its own name and no longer depends on the base model. However, until 1991, the car was marked with an individual logo. In the United States, the car was sold until 1998. The Supra was also sold in Europe, Australia and New Zealand.
The 2.5-liter Toyota 1JZ-GTE turbo engine was produced at the Tahara Plant from 1990 to 2007 and was installed on popular rear-wheel drive models of the company, such as Supra, Crown, Mark 2. There are two generations of this engine: the first in 1990 and the second in 1996 with VVT-i system.
Toyota’s 3.0-liter 2JZ-GE engine was assembled at the Tahara Plant in Japan from 1991 to 2007 and fitted to the company’s popular rear wheel drive models such as the Aristo, Crown and Mark II. There are two modifications of this motor: a 1991 stock model and a 1997 version with VVT-i.
The Toyota 2JZ-GTE 3.0-liter twin-turbo engine was produced by the company from 1991 to 2002 and was installed only on the first two generations of the Aristo sedan and the A80 Supra sports coupe. The units for the Japanese market are different from the export ones, and there is also a version with VVT-i.
The 2.8-liter 12-valve Toyota 5M-EU engine was produced in Japan from 1979 to 1989 and was installed on several generations of such popular models as Supra, Cressida and Crown at once. In the European and Australian markets, this power unit is known as the 5M-E.
The 2.8-liter Toyota 5M-GE injection engine was produced by the concern from 1981 to 1988 and was installed on many popular models of the company such as Supra, Cressida, Crown and Soarer. In the Japanese automotive market, this power unit had a slightly different 5M-GEU index.
The 3.0-liter 24-valve Toyota 7M-GE engine was produced by the company from 1986 to 1992 and was installed on such popular models of the Japanese concern as the Supra, Chaser, Crown and Mark II. This power unit was distinguished by an unusual arrangement of valves at an angle of 50 degrees.
Toyota’s 3.0-liter turbo 7M-GTE engine was assembled at a factory in Japan from 1986 to 1992 and was installed in only two of the company’s sports models: the Soarer in the back of the Z20 and the Supra A70. There were racing versions of this engine under the symbol 7M-GTEU with power up to 580 …